With AWFA teams having a well-earned rest at the halfway point of the season, The Border Mail has compiled a list of the leaders in the major vote categories to get you through to next weekend.
Albury United captain Caleb Martin has a two-vote advantage in the senior men’s Star Player award.
Martin has polled 17 votes to lead from Myrtleford’s Jesse Stephens on 15, while Melrose coach Kade Rixon sits third with 14.
Albury City’s Campbell Taylor has a narrow lead in the Star Goalkeeper standings after a brilliant start to the season.
Taylor leads on 23 points from Boomers’ Jaxon Osmotherly and Albury Hotspurs’ Joel McDonough who are just behind on 21.
Martin also leads the goal-scorers list with nine, one clear of Rixon, Albury Hotspurs’ Jerome Dunphy and Myrtleford co-coach Matt Park on eight.
In the senior women’s competition, last year’s Star Player Bridget McDiarmid (Albury City) has the early lead on 14 votes.
Wangaratta’s Christina Mancuso is next in line on nine, while her teammate Leanne Branson, St Pats’ skipper Claire Mahoney and Albury United young gun Lisa Cary are third with eight votes.
Melrose’s Rachael Reitano leads the Star Goalkeeper proceedings on 22 points, six clear of Wangaratta keeper Jacinta Findlay on 16.
Albury United veteran Alicia Torcaso has a two-goal advantage in the scoring standings with 13, two in front of Wangaratta star Bianca Mulqueen on 11.